Library Support Services for Undergrads Smathers Libraries are here to support you, however you define success.
We provide you with a wealth of physical and digital resources to support your research, provide a variety of welcoming spaces and technology for you to learn and create, and offer in-person and online research support that will help you succeed.
The Libraries offers rooms for group study at branches across campus. These study spaces can be reserved in advance for groups of two or more.
The University of Florida created the Affordable UF Initiative, a wide-ranging effort that brings together partners across campus to tackle the affordability challenge from multiple perspectives.
The Libraries believe success is directly tied to personal wellness. The Libraries provide space, insight and collections of resources for your wellbeing.
Employment opportunities range from entry level positions shelving books to higher echelon jobs utilizing advanced subject knowledge and expertise.
Get help with topic exploration, developing research questions, evaluating and citing sources, and more!
This guide was written by undergraduate students to give fellow undergrads a better understanding of the George A. Smathers Libraries. Inside the guide, you will find a wealth of information about what the Libraries have to offer, including research help, spaces, technology, collections, electronic resources, and more.
- We have librarians for every subject. To get you connected to your subject librarian, you can reach out to the Student Success Librarian and she can assist or direct you to the right person or you can check out the Subject Area Specialist list!
- You can also chat online with a librarian via text, call, chat and email using the Ask A Librarian page.
- And always, you can stop into any one of our six on-campus branches for real-time help! Check out our hours and occupancy.